Here's a link to a website I just learned about yesterday: the GINA Puffin Feeder site. GINA is a group at UAF that is involved with capturing and distributing Alaska and high latitude imagery from a wide variety of sources. I've used GINA's Swath Viewer for some years, but yesterday I saw a presentation on the GINA Puffin Feeder website that is distributing imagery from the new VIIRS polar orbiter satellite. It has a variety of interesting images, including true color, landform and a low light visible channel.
Here's the low light visible image taken at 4am Friday. This is unprocessed by me; this is as-is on the website. Look at that detail! The bright swirl on the upper left hand side of the image is aurora, and the lights of Prudhoe Bay, Anchorage and Fairbanks are all clearly visible.